Psychotherapy research laboratory - Diana Koszycki
The Psychotherapy Research Laboratory (PRL) is dedicated to evaluating the effectiveness of different types of psychological interventions to treat and prevent anxiety and mood disorders and to understand the change mechanisms of conceptually and procedurally distinct psychotherapies (e.g., cognitive behaviour therapy, interpersonal psychotherapy, mindfulness-based interventions, spiritually-oriented approaches).
PI LAB - Christine Suurtamm
This innovative laboratory studies the teaching and learning of mathematics, using cutting edge video technology. Several projects examine the impact of teachers’ understanding of mathematics on their teaching, as well as its effect on their classroom instructions. Ultimately, the goal is to develop more effective ways to teach mathematics to deepen students’ knowledge of the subject.
Virtual History laboratory - Stéphane Lévesque
The Virtual History Laboratory is the first research centre in Canada devoted to learning history online. Studies carried out deal with the quality and methods of virtual learning, understanding learners’ needs in virtual environments, and models and frameworks for improving the development, presentation and assessment of history websites, simulators and courseware.
Multimedia centre for research in psychotherapeutic development - Anne Thériault
The centre’s research focuses on the professional development of mental health stakeholders. This includes self-care, supervision and exploration of therapists’ lived experience. The results, derived from therapists’ soft skills and know-how, can also be applied to training and supervision in counselling psychology.
Brain and behaviour laboratory - Tracy Vaillancourt
This laboratory’s main research looks at the lifelong link between brain function and behaviour, with an emphasis on emotional self-regulation, aggression, peer-victimization and mental health outcomes. The laboratory focuses on the study of the brain and of children’s emotional control as preschoolers, from two to five years of age.